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How To Build An Unstoppable Sports Network With Instagram

In this day and age, it’s almost impossible to think of life without social networking sites. Sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram can be a huge help when trying to build an awesome sports network. A network that can help you land a job in sports. As of late, Instagram his implemented a video option…

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The Top News In #Sportsbiz – 07.01.13 – 07.08.13

Sports Media The Aaron Hernandez Murder Case Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was charged with first-degree murder in the death of 27-year old Odin Lloyd, a semi-pro football player. Hernandez was also charged with one count of carrying a firearm without a license, two counts of possession of a large capacity firearm…

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Sports Social Media Leaderboard for the EPL

With social media in sports becoming increasingly important and always managing to raise a debate, a new concept has been introduced to the social media world. Last week a London-based, sports social media company We Play, launched a social media leader board in collaboration with Leaderboard and ExaLeague. The Social Media Premier League table is…

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San Francisco Giants Create Sports Social Media Cafe

The San Francisco Giants have put themselves at the forefront of the sports social media scene with the recent addition of a sports social media cafe inside AT&T Park. The Giants made the addition less than two weeks ago behind the centerfield wall in Peet’s Coffee. The cafe is one of a kind in MLB…

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Sports Social Media Used while Storming onto the Field

Yes, you read the headline correctly. Three sisters from Nebraska recently used sports social media to help them develop notoriety while storming onto the field of a College World Series baseball game. Sisters Kayleigh, Emily and Torrie Hill of Omaha tweeted that they had a plan to run onto the field of the game and…

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Pros and Cons of Constant Sports Media Coverage

Has all of Twitter gone Crazy?!?! It’s everywhere.  And it’s in your face all of the time:  Sports Media Coverage. I actually recall days just ten years ago when SportsCenter would air a live episode at 7am and then air the same one over and over again all morning long until another new one at say…

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How Sports Teams Can Start Using Hashtags on Facebook

Facebook just announced the rolling out of their newest feature: hashtags. While hashtags are not a new concept in the world of social media, their functionality on Facebook should be something exciting for brands – and in particular for sports teams. It’s Already Intuitive Sports fans that love to converse about their teams and chat…

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Long-Form Conversations: Perfect Marriage of Twitter & Sport?

As the Boston Bruins punched their ticket for the NHL Stanley Cup Finals this past weekend, TV commentators quickly reminded viewers about how close they came to elimination at the hands of the Toronto Maple Leafs in the Conference Quarter-Finals. Without question, Game 7 was the most dramatic contest of the entire Playoffs. Surprisingly, a…

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5 Must Follow Sports Social Media Blogs

Thirty minutes a day is all it takes to start separating yourself from the competition in the sports business world. How are you structuring your work day? Is there a rhyme or reason to your madness? At Sports Networker, we compiled a resourceful list of some of the must follow sports social media blogs on…

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New Sports Social Media Relationship for The Legacy Agency

The Legacy Agency – which was created in early 2012 -  when Legacy Sports Group and The Agency Sports Management forged into one has decided to form an sports social media alliance with Dallas-based e-commerce network FanTree, Inc. The partnership will allow The Legacy Agency’s clients the opportunity to use FanTree’s service in an effort…

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2013 NFL 1st Round Draft Pick Twitter Accounts

Another National Football League draft has occurred. The Kansas Ciy Chiefs left the draft with top selection Eric Fisher, while the Minnesota Vikings scored the biggest haul, grabbing three first round picks. The New York Jets picked up a couple of highly touted prospects, while the Buffalo Bills took the only quarterback in the first…

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2013 NFL Draftees and their Sports Agents

The 2013 NFL draft has come and gone. Eric Fisher was selected first overall by the Kansas City Chiefs out of Central Michigan, as the Chiefs hope to re-invigorate a devoted fanbase who watched the team fail miserably last season with a record of 2-14. Fisher is projected to make close to $22 million with…

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